NAP

Network Access Point
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nap

  1. a period of time spent sleeping
  2. a soft or fuzzy surface texture
  3. a short sleep (usually not in bed)

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Nap

A nap is a short period of sleep, typically taken during daylight hours as an adjunct to the usual nocturnal sleep period. Naps are most often taken as a response to drowsiness during waking hours. Cultural attitudes toward napping during the work day vary. In many Western cultures, children and the elderly are expected to nap during the day and a...
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Nap

• (v. i.) To have a short sleep; to be drowsy; to doze. • (v. t.) To raise, or put, a nap on. • (v. i.) To be in a careless, secure state. • (n.) The loops which are cut to make the pile, in velvet. • (n.) A short sleep; a doze; a siesta. • (n.) Woolly or villous surface of felt, cloth, plants, etc.; an external coveri...
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nap

(from the article `sleep`) ...sleep). At birth there may be five or six periods of sleep per day alternating with a like number of waking periods. With the dropping of ...
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NAP

(initial) Non-Aggression Pact. An agreement to avoid aggression between parties.
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nap

1. Woolly or villous surface of felt, cloth, plants, etc.; an external covering of down, of short fine hairs or fibres forming part of the substance of anything, and lying smoothly in one direction; the pile; as, the nap of cotton flannel or of broadcloth. ... 2. The loops which are cut to make the pile, in velvet. ... Origin: OE. Noppe, AS. Hnoppa...
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nap

noun the yarn (as in a rug or velvet or corduroy) that stands up from the weave; `for uniform color and texture tailors cut velvet with the pile running the same direction`
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nap

catnap noun sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)
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Nap

[textile] Primarily, nap is the raised (fuzzy) surface on certain kinds of cloth, such as velvet. Nap can refer additionally to other surfaces that look like the surface of a napped cloth, such as the surface of a felt or beaver hat. Starting around the 14th century, the word referred originally to the roughness of woven cloth before it was...
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Nap

Nap intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Napped ; present participle & verbal noun Napping .] [ Middle English nappen , Anglo-Saxon hnæppian to take a nap, to slumber; confer Anglo-Saxon hnipian to bend o...
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Nap

Nap noun Same as Napoleon , 1, below.
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Nap

Nap transitive verb To raise, or put, a nap on.
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Nap

A soft finish given to fabric where the fibers are raised or
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Nap

a soft or fuzzy surface on a fabric, usually achieved by brushing.
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Nap

A soft, fuzzy surface as found on flannel or pile fabrics. Also used to indicate a fabric that has a directional nap, such as velvet.
Found on http://www.chezirene.com/articles/precostuming/pc110-glossary.html

Nap

Another term for pile, usually used when discussing the pile direction, or the direction that the carpet came off the tufting machine.
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nap

gambling card game played throughout northern Europe under various names and guises. It reached England in the 1880s. Its title may commemorate the ...
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NAP

National Action Plan
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NAP

Nebraska AIDS Project
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NAP

Network access point. Location for interconnection of internet service providers in the United States for the exchange of packets.
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NAP

Notional Average Price on the LME. A daily average figure which rolls forward through the month to end up as the MASP.
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NAP

Notional Average Price on the LME. A daily average figure which rolls forward through the month to end up as the MASP.
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Nap

Short fibers extending above the surface of cloth, fabric or felt, creating a soft, downy effect such as on velvet.
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Nap

The (self-appointed?) expert's best tip of the day.
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